Mildew after the Storm? Here are helpful removal tips.

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Courtesy of Shelley Swenson
UF/ IFAS Wakulla Extension
FCS/ EFNEP Agent

 

For those of you who have experienced recent flooding during the storm, it is important that you make sure you clean up properly. Excess moisture in the air can cause mold and mildew to grow on your clothes, furniture, carpet, and even your walls. Mold and mildew produce allergens which can cause allergic reactions. It is important to remove it quickly.

Click “Here” to read “After the Storm: Mildew Removal”.

For more information please visit our EDIS Publications site.

 

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Posted: August 24, 2012


Category: Disaster Preparation, Work & Life
Tags: Disaster, Disaster Preparedness, Disaster Recovery, Disasters, Environment, Families & Consumers, Family & Consumer Sciences, Family And Consumer Sciences, Family Youth & Community Sciences, Floods, FYCS, Hurricane Preparedness, Natural Disasters, Safety, Shelley Swenson, Tropical Storm, Wakulla County Extension, Weather Emergencies


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